Daniel Böckin

Doktorand at Chalmers, Technology Management and Economics, Environmental Systems Analysis

Daniel Böckin graduated from Chalmers University of Technology in 2015 after doing his B.Sc. in Engineering Physics followed by a M.Sc. in Industrial Ecology. In his master’s thesis he investigated the feasibility of households self-sufficient in electricity and heat in Sweden, by use of e.g. PV panels and batteries, as well as their effects on the national grid.Recently he started his PhD studies at ESA, Chalmers, in the MISTRA-REES research program. There he will be concerned with investigating and assessing Resource Efficient and Effective Solutions, using Life Cycle Assessment. This will aid in developing methods for product and service design, business models and policies supporting REES. He will also contribute to the writing of a REES textbook.

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Publications

2016

Framework for analysing resource-efficient solutions

Siri Willskytt, Daniel Böckin, Hampus André et al
Presented at the 12th Biennial International Conference on EcoBalance, in Kyoto, Japan, 3-6th October 2016.
Conference contribution
2016

What makes solutions within the manufacturing industry resource efficient?

Daniel Böckin, Siri Willskytt, Anne-Marie Tillman et al
Presented at the 12th Biennial International Conference on EcoBalance, in Kyoto, Japan, 3-6th October 2016.
Conference contribution

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Projects

2016–2019

Mistra REES – Resource-Efficient and Effective Solutions

Anne-Marie Tillman Environmental Systems Analysis
Maria Ljunggren Söderman Environmental Systems Analysis
Hampus André Environmental Systems Analysis
Daniel Böckin Environmental Systems Analysis
Siri Willskytt Environmental Systems Analysis
The Swedish Foundation for Strategic Environmental Research (Mistra)

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